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los angeles. lindsay lohan is out of jail this morning after only serving 12 hours behind bars for failing a drug test. the 24-year-old athres was rlgsed overnight and driven away in a black suv right back to her home. and that's where we find nbc's kristen welker. with a good morning to you, kristen, when did lindsay get home last night? wee hours? >> wee hours. good morning. she arrived here at her west hollywood apartment at about 12:30 this morning. all thanks to her attorney. a superior court judge and a lot of money. lindsay lohan released from jail just hours after a judge had ordered her back inside without bail. the troubled actress first reported to court friday morning dressed to the nines for yet another probation violations. this time she tested positive for drugs just weeks after she was released from rehab. before the hearing started, lohan was all smiles. but all that changed when ten minutes after the hearing started, judge eldon fox ordered her to be handcuffed and taken into custody for nearly a month without bail. lohan showed little emotion but dad michael
interest this weekend, is it's lindsay lohan's big return to the silver screen, so lindsay has a small role in this. she didn't do any press for it, didn't go to the premier and didn't see it. there is a photograph of lindsay paying her $10 in west hollywood and buying a ticket and went to see the movie like the rest of us jyesterday? >> was she in jail? >> they didn't really want her small role to overshadow what sort of movie this was. they decided marketing wise to keep her away from the premier, away from the press, and it's done very well and lindsay's great in this movie. it really is going to help her career. >> i've always said she's a tremendous actress. >> that's the one thing. this girl can act. and if she can keep doing movies like this and reminding everybody of that she will have a good career again. >> we can hope for the best for her. how about "going the distance" maybe not so much. >> it didn't do well at all. everyone is surprised how little this movie brought in, maybe as small as $8 million. are the initial early numbers. >> right. >> the surprising thing about this is,
with prostitutes. and lindsay lohan, behind bars after failing a drug test only to be set free. joining me to talk about, joey jackson and vicky ziegler. every time i see a public figure defamation lawsuit, i say good luck. you are a public figure and there is a higher burden of proof. you have to prove actual malice. >> they were going intended to harm this person's reputation. >> gregg: how do you prove that? >> almost impossible to do, especially when you are a public figure a celebrity. >> gregg, if it works. >> how many cases have actually been proven and how many can prove damages? very difficult. >> gregg: like the only one i remember. >> here is the point. u.s. times versus sullivan, what the standard, nothing of false it or reckless disregard of the truth. we have a ma dam who is convicted felon who happens to be running governor who says nonsense she had something with people employed. we have to make it suspect. we have to hold the media to some standard. >> gregg: second have all, you have to prove that the good name has been damaged. arguably, i can hear a defense attorney saying, hey
for the mda, jerry lewis says actress and bad girl lindsay lohan should be spanked. >> smack her in the mouth and be arrested for abusing a woman. >> what would you say to her? >> you would say you deserve this and nothing else. whack! >> if she's not satisfied, i'll put her over my knee and spank her! >> uh-oh. >> jerry says people like lindsay and recently arrested paris hilton are begging for help. this may not be the first time lindsay has been spanked. >> more on that later. >> ok. >> but first, let's head out to brian. who is -- have you been up all night, brian because i know you must be so nervous for your huge golf match today with former president george w. bush, now i know you're not a man who likes to sleep. but usually it's not because you're nervous. >> gretchen, the pressure. >> you know what? we had -- we had a long trip. went right to sleep, no problem and gretchen carlson trying to turn up the pressure a little bit because she is a solid golfer and she knows brian kilmeade is not. here's what i represent, gretchen and mike and pete johnson, it looks like mike, i'm no
in columbia. in the middle east no arrests were made. >> overnight lindsay lohan released from jail despite the fact she was supposed to be locked up until late october. her attorney challenged the ruling that ordered her to be held in prison without bail. >> that mug shot she needs as a head shot. she now has to wear a ankle bracelet and stay away from places that sell alcohol. the 24 year old is do you back in court in october 22nd to determine if she violated her drug test. lohan served less than one-third of her jail sentence and released from rehab: a aircraft landed safely in an remote air of kaistana. >> it looks like the moon. >> the three astronauts returned to the earth following a six month stay. they were placed in reclining chairs to help them adjust to gravity. >> and bora topped that out. >> lock how cavalier we are about space travel. 10 or 15 years ago we would have stopped everything. a capsule going back or coming up. >> this is the kicker in the story. >> that speaks to how good we are gotten. >> talk about what congress may or may not do. a lot of eyes on what congress
to an interchange with lindsay graham, regardless of what's happening in afghanistan, regardless of what the military says, july, the pullout begins. >> also, we should point out that bob woodward has focused this particular book on the white house. on the wars. you know, we've got all the members of the economic team for the most part jumping out the windows. so we're not hearing about the turmoil regarding how to turn around the economy. but there is one tidbit about hillary clinton in this and woodward writes that suspicious had lingered after the 2008 presidential campaign. and in fact, obama floated the idea of naming hillary to a high profile post and david axelrod asked him "how could you trust hillary. how can you trust hillary? "that's pretty extraordinary considering that she's got one of the top jobs right now in the administration. >> i don't think that's extraordinary. i bet there were many more people other than david axelrod saying that. the president of the american public were stunned when he picked hillary rodham clinton for any office. >> publicly he's trusted her. ma
a sense of what the white house is thinking? >> well, let's first of all talk about what lindsay graham says. he doesn't know what the white house is going to be do between now and november but we have some inkling to that and much to the happiness of some democrats the white house is turning its attention to the economy and trying to do something to make it better. the stimulus was supposed to do that and to a certain extent it did. the white house says independent surveys say it saved or created 3.3 million jobs, knocked a couple percentage off the unemployment rate, but people are not buying it. clearly david plouffe had to admit and robert gibbs admitted on "meet the press" some weeks earlier, the republicans stand to gain control of the house of representatives and increasingly people are talking about republicans having a shot at senate, even though they would have to run the table to do that. now the president turning to the economy, trying to bolster the chances of democrats as a side benefit to that, tomorrow he heads to milwaukee. it's a speech before the afl-cio on labor day
niro, jessica alba, don johnson and lindsay lohan dressed as a nun. i think if people are really curious about robert rodriguez and the genre of film he produces, this is definitely a draw. i don't know if it's for everybody. i do think it's a built-in audience. not surprised it comes in second. >> hch going the distance" withdrew barrymore and justin long is number five right now. what's going on there? >> i think people have seen this movie before. drew barrymore, this is her genre. the thing about drew i really like is she produces these films. she has a company called flower films and they have had $870 million in box office revenues, she's produced "charlie's angels," "he's not that into you." i think the fact she produces it makes up for the film in the back end. people like seeing these two people on camera. there could be a resurgence come monday. labor day weekend also is a slow weekend to begin with because i think everybody is at the beach because they know school is starting. >> amy palmer, more later, thank you. >>> first she was accused of crashing a white house par
. >> uma: reena, thank you. well, lindsay lohan is a free woman for now. the 24-year-old was released from jail after posting a $300,000 bail. lohan failed a drug test this week and was ordered to stay behind bars until her next hearing. which was nearly a month away. her attorney challenged the ruling, and the actress spent less than 12 hours behind bars. she is due back in court october 22. >>> controversial billboard in arizona has a local sheriff hopping mad there. the man who put it up hopes it starts conversation about illegal immigration. steve kratz from the fox news affiliate has more. >> innocent looking immigrant family. next to a quote from the sheriff. this is our most serious public safety issue. and a national security threat to america. the billboard makes it look like the sheriff wants to go after these people, like they're dangerous criminals. >> i have lived in the county since 1979. and like many, i think, i'm a little worried about the tenor of the comments that our sheriff has made. >> the honorary counsel believes that the family in the picture is legally in the u.s.
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